Rohil Aniruth is a writer, filmmaker and designer from Cape Town, South Africa. Based in New York City.
He's written for CollegeHumor, Elite Daily, ThoughtCatalog, The Huffington Post and Jumpcut Studios.
He has made several web-series and short films, including Self-Love.
He's also designing the video game Culture Sock with Edgar Castro from Fabraz.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Jumpcut Studios / Remote Copywriter
Write humorous, informative and concise copy to accompany Jumpcut Studio's internal and external facing properties.
Write copy for the widely successful Simple 30 and Project GO packages.
Capturing the brand's voice and innovating means of communicating with their specific audience or demographic.
Pitch ideas for articles/pieces to write centered around dating and lifestyle topics.
Make edits and revisions to copy.
Occasionally create graphics, cartoons or illustrations to accompany copy.
The Huffington Post
Screenplays (email us for the pdfs)
"How To Make It In South Africa", Sitcom, 5 Episodes (2014)
"Self-Love", Short Film (2016)
"Nondescript", Short Film (2017)
"A Day With Melanie", Short Film (2017)
"Bad Pitches", Pilot (2017)
"Danni Saves Erlich", Feature (2017)
Parsons The New School / Design and Technology B.A./ Dean's List, current GPA: 4.0 (August 2015 - Presently studying)
New York Film Academy / 1 Year Acting Conservatory (March 2014 - November 2014)